In HTML “char” value for “align” attribute

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In HTML we can use <td align=”char”> or <tr align=”char”>.

When and why we should use this type of alignment?

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In HTML “char” value for “align” attribute

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Yes, you can use this alignment in HTML. It is one of the attribute in HTML language. This attribute helps in the alignment of content with respect to character. Basically its default value is represented by showing, “decimal point”.

If you want to use this attribute then set your attribute to. “Char”, which is the sort, form of character. Simply this attribute will serve better when you want to use it to align decimal point to column of numbers. Thus always use this tag with, “td align”.

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In HTML “char” value for “align” attribute

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Hi, Bart

You’re right as we can use <td align=”char”> and <tr align=”char”> alignment in HTML. It provides information about an element. It is always specified in the start tag. The default value of this attribute is represented by decimals. You can use this tag with ‘td align’. Please note that under certain rare circumstances, if the attribute value itself contains quotes, it is necessary to use single quotes.

Thanks and regards,

Skarbos Jay.

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In HTML “char” value for “align” attribute

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Hello Bart,

First thing you should know that <td> char attribute is no more supported by HTML 5.

1- The <td> align  is used for the alignment of the data shown in a cell. Mostly they are used under <table> tags. Here is the link where you can online check its working and functionality: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tryit.asp?filename=tryhtml_td_char. The <td> tag defines/describes the contents of the table cells

2- The <tr> tag defines the table rows, They are also used under the <table> tags. <tr>align is used for the alignment purpose of the rows as defined by <tr> tag. You can see the functionality of this code here: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_tr_char.asp

To be more simple, <tr> makes rows, <td> contains data.

I think this will clear you enough.

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Hello Bart,

I am sure that you already know about the table tag of HTML. HTML is really too easy to learn. So table tag has three sub tags TD,TR and TH. In all of those you can use the alignment attribute “char”. It is actually works to align the characters in a proper way. Like in left align all the lines starts from left and in case of right align it is just opposite. Also it has three other attributes and char is one of them. It aligns the characters at the beginning of a sentence or a word or a number from the same point of that row.

It is just used to have a clean look in the table formation.

Thank you,

 Riley Weaver.

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